Now that college students are back home earlier than expected due to COVID-19, and many not going back till at least September or even January in some cases, they may be wondering where they can store all their stuff till they can make their triumphant return. This time is a stressful and uncertain one to be sure, as more than 14 million students have been displaced from more than 1,100 colleges and universities.
College kids had to abruptly cut their year short and suddenly find themselves back at home or crammed into an apartment with a bunch of stuff and nowhere to comfortably put it. They’re in a sort of limbo. If this is you, or a son or daughter, take heart: we have some tips on how college students can store their stuff in the interim.
The first step, if you don’t have room at Mom and Dad’s, is to rent a private, state-of the-art storage unit designed for short- or long-term storage. This is perfect for storing all your books, furniture, mattresses, linens, comforters, kitchenware, pans and glassware, mini refrigerators and other kitchen appliances.
Next, here are some tips on how to pack up your stuff so it stays safe while in transit and in storage.
If you’re a college student in need of temporary storage till you can get back to school, contact us for a free quote. We know this is a stressful time. Let us take some of the stress off your shoulders.